Visitors Welcome to Billy Graham Library

By   •   May 13, 2020

The Billy Graham Library is now open. Visitors are welcome to come and experience the peace of Christ many have said they felt while here. Bring a book or just spend time in reflection. >>Read about safety measures taking place.
"The flowers appear on the earth, the time of singing has come, and the voice of the turtledove is heard in our land." —Song of Solomon 2:12
The Billy Graham Library is open to the public in accordance with recommended health guidelines for the COVID-19 virus. Visitors are limited to half capacity on the property at a time. There are hand sanitizer stations and an increased cleaning of benches and surfaces. Visitors are asked to practice social distancing and to stay home if they have symptoms consistent with the coronavirus.
The Graham family homeplace is located just in front of the Library. It was reconstructed on the grounds and is located about four miles from where it originally sat.
The Memorial Prayer Garden contains the gravesites of Billy and Ruth Graham, as well as Billy Graham Evangelistic Association Crusade Music Director Cliff Barrows and longtime Crusade soloist George Beverly Shea. Billy Graham Rapid Response Team (RRT) chaplains are available to listen to and pray with those who visit. Chaplains serving at the Library are subject to health guidelines including temperature checks and wearing face masks.
The Billy Graham Library is committed to proclaiming the message of God’s love. You can also join us virtually for fun activities and spiritual encouragement.